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Koreans in China
Studies on Korea in transition
Koryǒ: An Introduction
Abs Koryŏ, Korea’s middle kingdom in that it is lodged between Silla and Chosŏn, is the least studied era of Korea’s history. And yet it offers intriguing insights into Korea’s long tradition as theExpand
Empire’s Twilight: Northeast Asia under the Mongols (review)
Son Chŏngmok. Ilche Kangjŏmgi tosi sahoesang yŏn’gu [A study of urban society under Japanese colonial rule]. Sŏul: Ilchisa, 1996. U Tongsŏn, et al. Kunggwŏl ŭi nunmul, paegnyŏn ui c’himmuk [The tearsExpand
Twelfth-Century Koryŏ Politics: The Rise of Han Anin and His Partisans
1 wo brief entries in the Koryösa delineate the contours of an era. For the twelfth month of 1122 the Koryösa notes that the king's uncle, Prince Po, was exiled to Kyöngsan-bu, Han Anin and YiExpand
Ch'oe Ch'unghŏn: His Rise to Power
Koryŏ military officers revolted in 1170. The subsequent twenty-six years were disastrous: the new military leaders, unable to create a stable political environment, resorted to coups andExpand